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BARKER KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN NO. 12, LOUISVILLE, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1917. Wilkoef 'J Union Made Ciyirt? J VOLUME XXXVIII. PRICE FIVE CENTS. - fc3 S3 rx w: F--- yr T y ii,5 vr fcai iJSL i 3l Mr H r.; res -- . vrv S1 I r l'V fL. -- 47c whK.7 fsTsBBaa- -i flr ? IfXc j I ' . . ;1 &'IU1 f. i 1 i7 Vbt mR v" VH 3.' 'ffW Ji ' PICTURE OF HIBERNIAN ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION AT ST. LOUIS BERTRAND'S CHURCH AFTER THE GREAx PARADE. CAUFlELD & SHOOK READY Stanley Throws Down Gauntlet to Protho hibitionists. ITnly-ISccklin- m Stirling Speech on Intolerance At Lexington St. Patrick's ' Patriotism was everywhere the platoon of mounted policemen and somo of our "high brow" Catholics dominant feature of Louisvillo's tho band from tho Loulsvlllo In who scorned to take part in the dustrial celebration In honor ot St. Patrick, ing wereSchool of. Reform. Follow parado in tho morning as a public olxteen boys of tender age expression of their faith. Mr. tho greatest and most successful in uressea as pre- Walsh in his address spoko of tho xrisii gentlemen, dio history of the city. Patriotism senting SetClem's the Decks for a Final Conference of Dominion Ueprescntn-tlve- s a as Americans and lovo for Old Erin appearance. unique $nd Interesting loyalty of tho Irishman and his deThey wore regulation scendants to tho Catholic church tlement ot Political Proto Settle thcJi'ish as Irishmen and eons of Irishmen were everywhere evident, and on full dress suits with high silk hats and their country, being over ready hibition. Situation. thousands of breasts Old Glory was ornamented with hands of green, to flgnt for tno flag, and quoted entwined with tho golden harp on and carried canes. They were led tho action of National President by John Barry, Jr., son ot John J. McLaughlin, of tho A. 0. II., who field of green. Tho Joy and senti- Barry, of tho Kentucky Irish Ameri- recently sent President Wilson a ment of tho day was well and fully DUKE IS lll'ING TEltllOmZEI). TWO NEW LOCAL CANDIDATES. expressed by a real Irishman, who can. Next camo a large automobile telegram pledging the united supIn which wero S. J. McEllIott and port of tho 300,000 members of tho said: "Just as oiir duty to God em- Very Rev. T. L. Crowley, iPrlor of order in this country. Mr. Walsh braces obligation to country, eo St. Louis Bertrand's; G. Father E. A. Interspersed Ills talk with many Lyons. Fol- little anecdotes and stories Andiew Bonar Law, Chancellor Gov. A. O. Stanley, one of tho that shall that cross over sanctify our Baxtor and Rev. R. priests of tho Exchequer, informed Jn a roar of camo the kept his audionco the flag. Just as St. Patrick stooped lowing tho parish orators at the St. Patrick's day House of Commons Tuesday that tho nnd plucked tho shamrocsk on the Knights of St. John and 200 school laughter. banquet in Lexington last Saturday Leon Marion mado n big hit Goernment is considering the ad- , Hill of Tara to exemplify to the boys of St. Louis Bertram! parish, Bight, paid his respects in strong with of "Acushla much good visability of calling a conference. In-his rendition pagan bards tho Blessed Trinity, eo marching. language to the wily politicians The Ancient Order of Hibernians, Machreo" and "Ireland Must Bo eluding representatives of tho Dotoday wo hold aloft the who aro trying to Inject the proba500 strong, minions, to formulato a settlement Banner to represent to tho preceded by led tho second division, Heaven Because My Mother Camo tion question into Kentucky politho of tho Irish situation. world that trinity of patriotic division wero Collins band. InTrin- From There." Lawrence FItzmayer's tics and especially in the Demodelegations from medley of Itish melodies and other Protesting Jn the House of Comprinciples: Fod God, for country ity cratic camp. After a glowing tri Council. Y. M. 1., Mnckln Coun numbers on tho violin proved him mons Tuesday nlcht acnlnst the and JTflr home. The flag ot our foremunyof-grfc- at cil, "3U Agues 'inrriah, 'the Holjr mr artist bute to the. patriotism of the Irishhas over It seems 'to bo fathers principles ofstobd for these Namo Society of Holy Cross church, musical talent. Messrs. Zoeller and and their descendants and express- a good following. proceedings of tho patriotism, mnd of basic ing his belief that a united America the universal opinion that nil of the that is why a good Irishman can the Catholic Foresters, St. Will- Liitrtey, in a vocal duct with piano tho members of tho Sinn Fein in tould stand against the world, Gov. races in the Democratic camp will not ho anything but a good Ameri- iams' parish, tho Knights of Colum- accompaniment, took the audience Dublin, thus violating former be fought out on their merits, tho can citizen. That is why you seo bus and the Federation of Catholic by storm. Their singing of their' Stanley said: pledge, Premier Asqulth's John Soventy-tw- o Coming own composition, is a sinister danger best man winning in each event, in- tho flag of Erin blending its colors Societies. "She's automobiles "But there Dillon, one of the Nationalist leadsuring a strong tickot in November tonight with the Stars and Stripes. wero In the second division. Thirty Fiom Ii eland," and popular hits of more to bo leaied because it flaunts ers, who also'ioferred to tho lecont of them wero filled with the pretty tho day kept thorn before tho footno banner, because it fires no thun- and silencing the critics who claim It is your flag, my flag, our flag statement of Andrew Bonar Law, not be given the glorious flag of freedom! So parish school girls, all waving lights until exhausted, being endering guns, because it advances that a fair deal will Chancellor of the Exchequer, reonly being exwithout the rattle of musketry, of to all. long as that banner stands for the American flags, and three were cored repeatedly and garding a settlenfent of tho Irish cused the beat of diums or the Hare of principles of civic righteousness filled with students from Holy Bpeech after Mr Lurtey's amusing question and a general election, said Tho Bertram! of thanks for their warm trumpets. It is an insidious viper that sanctify tho duties of American Rosary Academy. tho Nationalists would not Injure that gnaws at tho hearts of men. citizenship just bo long shall Old Club also had a delegation In line, welcome. The Bertrand Quartette, tho Government In the prosecution OalaL W7 H TTTTrnim mmtT i. baseball composed of Mlpses Carrie and Sadie The danger that confronts us today Glory contlnuo to givo to the world as did tho Hibernian of the war. is not of foreign origin, but is doof national greatness." team, which will play In tho Twin Finke and Edward J. Wolfo and the lesson But there woio other ways, Dillon number of mestic heresy. Intolerance. It is The religious celebration began City League. by Much good feeling William Imordo sang a In pleasing said, of punishing the Government tho appoirance on the old Irish ballnds a doubly dangerous enemy and I morning with a solemn was created Saturday which had let itself loose In Iresay to you that you will be the first high mass at St. Patrick's church, tho rectory balcony ot tho Rev. P. Btyle, being accompanied by Prof Tho land. Nationalists would M. J. Rock, who reviewed tho o Carl Schuttler, tho local organist to unmask and slay it. G to face, with Rev. James P. Cronln, V. welcome a general election and and saluted each body as It James Cunan and John Holmes you have heard Every the pastor, as celebrant "Let us see. Oh, would oppose tho bill for a pro marched past tho Cathedral, where closed tho programme with an ex-- 1 occuInch of available space was of religious intolerance and never longation of tho present Parliament hlbltion of Irlbh reels and jigs, ac-- ( pied by men and women eager to every hat was raised. was such a thing. That maj 4aVlr & In order to force au election. If Returning to tho church, tho companled by John E. Browne. lfon&rHhcjremory of Ireland's great astound you. Hut religious intolh reeling Bonar Law raised paradera entered at 11 o'clock. EvThe evening entertainment at the apostle, 'fhouf,'.. in the season of erance is a thing that contradicts in London he would find tho Irish Lent the sacred eaiUco showed a ery seat was filled; 300 stood new St. Patrick's Hall. Sixteenth itself. I don't believe that nnybodv, could fight as well, and many things profusion of green plants and pre- through the service and hundreds and Market street, reflected great - who ever read of the lowly NaznXie would come out of tho situation that gain an entrance. credit on Division 3, A. O. H., unappearance, were unable to sented a springlike AuTJreUpse lowly blrthplacortigels the honorablo gentleman and his which was mado beautifully brfllhint A solemn high mass was celebrated der whoso auspices it was held. georTivlll to sang 'Peacob"n-.earth- , friends would not like. ...,"S JJUiBUB1 '!l UflTTTTiiiL?-by tho myriad lights that shone py tho Very Rev. C. S. Christmas, There was hearty welcome when men,' and made Paradise rejoice Irishmen, continued Dillon, would of St. Roses Convent, the Right Rev. Bishop O'Donaghue COMMANDER BELGIAN ARMY. forth from main and sldo altars. 0.P. GoHe returned from sad when ask what wero tno relations beFather Cronln in the sermon paid SprldK'k'j; formerly Chaplain of mado his appearance, accompanied lgotha to the throne of his Heavenly Gen. Rucquoy, the new Chief of tween the Ulster leaders and Daron feeling tribute to tho life and work tho Hibernians". After the mass by Rev. Fathers Drlscoll, Melody, Father, could want to harm another. of the Kuhlmann, who was in Ulster before The Staff and Commander-in-Chie- f of Ireland's saint, saying St. Pat Bishop O'Donaghud preached, when Hill, Monaghan and McAleer. You say has not Catholic slain Prottho war, and what about tho disricks day symbolizes civil and re- he paid a glowing tribute to the programme opened with tho chorus. Belgian army, estant and Protestant slain Cathpatch sent by Kuhlmann to Berlin, ligious liberty for all tho world, and patriotism of Irishmen. "The Irish "St. Patrick's Day," by a class of olic? No! Behind the crucifix was on tho receipt of which tho EmMALONK AND CU1U5TON. that tho American of Irish lineage lovo their homes and tho land of girls attired in white and green, Beinsidious political macUinatlou. peror determined to go on with tho Is today, as ho ever has been, loyal their udoption," Bishop O'Donaghuo who won hearty applause. The sohind blind religious zenl was soma h election in Eng"They gavo their blood to prano solo, "Macushln," was ex to tills republic In peace and war. said. Malono nnd Nat Curoton, war. An Albert y conqueror. wily, I land, Dillon cqncluded, would cause Tho choir rendered a special musical tho country during tho Revolution, cellently rendered by Mrs. Frank Jr., two bright Loulsvlllo boys, a believe with D'Israell that intolerdisturbance that would spread, programme under tho direction of tho conflict between tho States and Ityan, whose clear volco filled the ance has the same old thing behind n war, and in hall and made it necessaiy for her scored highest in the preliminary throughout tho empire and to Prof. Leo Schmltt, and Included a tho is selfishness and cowardice." to the America, it. It encore. examination for entrance any other struggle In which their to respond to a hearty number of patriotic Irish airs. Gov. Stanley then referred to Henry Edward Duke, Chief SecSunday morning camo clear and country may become engaged they President John M. Riley was brief naval academy at Annapolis, held )KmKBEmmttmmSmSSBBOBmBt' Thomas Jefferson, tho foundor of of Attorney hero Friday and Saturday at the retary for Ireland, In defending the crisp nnd early the Hibernians and will be found in tho front ranks In his introduction Democracy, as the personification of Bishop Lawrence J. Mackoy, tho speaker ot Louisville Boys' High School, and Government, denied that there waa Ladles Auxiliary assembled at St. with tho other patriots." ncrsonal and religious liberty and AMERICAN ENVOY TO MEXICO. Fatrlck's church, whoro they filled O'Donaghuo discussed tho formation tho evening, saying tho entertain- their names will be presented by any specific pledge to publish tho Hon. II. P. Fletcher, recently ap- Uw two center aisles and presented of character. said that ambition, personal and l, Suffering, ho said, ment was given by the Hibernians Congressman Swagar Shorley. Their reports of tho and heartless, is always behind any pointed by President Wilson. an. edifying sight as they proceeded mado tho Irish more tenacious of for the boneflt of tho school build alternates aie W. L. Rees and Har- Bald that Jn view of tho gravo situa- - " ' movement to regulate what a man They have a glorious ing fund, and that ho was gratified old Waller, of Valley Station. The tlon ,in Ireland the Government had to tho altar and received hply com their goal. CIobg two principals will leave next month decided the publication of It would HONORS ADMIRAL BENSON'. shall eat and wear and do and think history, ho said, and it is full ot with the largo attendance. munion. Rev. Fatuer Cronln .and how ho shall livo and what he them a hoarty welcome and suffering, and the faith which was attention and frequent applause for Annapolis, where they will bo be prejudicial to tho welfare ot tho shall eat and drink. "Politicians Admiral William Shepherd Ben-so- oxpressed tho hope that their act in them mado them enduro nobly, wero accorded Mr. Mackey. who said examined mentally and physically by country and might lead to disorder well would persecute Christians and Chief of Naval Operations and would prove a blessing. He also fight nobly and conquer nobly. that today everywhoro throughout the naval academy authorities. In and bloodshed in Ireland. O'Donaghuo Bishop patriots for personal reasons. Some- ranking officer in tho navy slnco spoko briefly of St Patrick and tho was tho the world men and women were re- tho everit of their failure to pass tho Joseph Devlin, Nationalist, suptimes it is about some peculiar kind the death of Admiral Dewey, has loyalty of tho Ancient Order. Tho honor guest at a dinner given by lating tho glorious history of St. examinations tho two alternates will porting Dillon, declared the Chief of baptism, and sometimes about been chosen Laetare medalist by mass was over before 7:30 o'clock tho Dominican fathers at the con- Patrick and tho Irish people Their be substituted, Malpno is the son Secretary for Ireland was bclnr ter some particular kind of intolerance. the University of Notre Dame for and all had ample time to return vent at noon. Other guests were traditions, he said, hava been kept of John T. Malone, of tho Fidelity rorlzed by tho reactionaries of DubIntolerance and persecution are ab the year 1917. It is probable that homo to breakfast and preparo for Father Monaghan, chaplain of St. alive by the Ancient Order of Hi- and Columbia Thrust Company. He lin Castle. J.C the Government place tho parade, tho really big and Thomas' Orphanage; Father Edwin, bernians, who love justice, liberty graduated from the Louisville Male precipitated elections, Devlin added, horred by honest Irishmen. I be-- i: the, presentation will take .freedom of conscience and work High School in 1915. pastor of St. Agnes' church, and and Jieve the eternal principles of Jef- during commencement week In June crowning event of the day. Cureton Is ho wished them joy In the Tesult, When the hour of 9 o'clock Father Drlscoll, the Btehop's Sec- for church, country and mutual tho son of Nat C. Cureton. He now Tho Government cpuld nqt , assail ferson must be upheld. It is a dan- and that the Admiral will be presaid. He then took up the workings is a student nt Kentucky State Colgerous thing to attempt by regula- ent to participate in the celebration struck Sixth fttreet presented an retary. Tho Industrial School band Irishmen at homo without assailing tion to attend to somebody else's pf Notre Dame's diamond jubilee. animated scene, being thronged with boys also wero given a dinner at of the Ancient Order and what it lege at Lexington. Rees is" the Son tho gallant me fighting its battles accomplished and the assistance had business unless his business is hurt- The i Laetare medal is the highest the thousands who were to march, the convent. Evening at tho'front, DevMn concluded. Rees, at Bertrand rendered where charity and help ot John N.will be, of the Tho entertainment ing you. Will we be deprived of honor within the power of Hie uni- while the automobiles were massed graduated from act- Post, and our rights and liberties? Aro we versity to bestow and Is given each on St. Catherine and the crose Hall in tho evening under the aus- wero needed. Those who aro the local High School next Juno. MACKIN IS AOriVE. going back to the days of Cromwell, year to a lay Catholic whose mark streets, The atmosphere was clear pices ot Division 4 furnished the ive in tho order are evor active in Ills brother, John Frank Rees, now tho best programme of its kind in tho and for the church, He also dwelt is a student at the naval academy. naB and cool and just right for to tins days of intolerance? I edly meritorious back endeavor The first annual retreat of Mackln American and Irish opinion of many ever given in on. tho Hibernian spirit through look to the sons of Erin to stand made him worthy of the distinction. marchers. Council, Y. M. L, conducted by the flags decorated nearly all tho houses Louisville, tho musical numbers be- which tho memory of Robert, Emmet back of the principles of Thomas Among those who have been FATHER WHITE INJURED. Franciscan fathers, which opened eloforgotten. In Jefferson and fight to preserve the awarded the medal in the past are along tho routo ot 'parade, some ing of tho highest class. Mrs. Pal- will never ho to his hearers an Wednesday at St. Anthony's church to being artistic and beautiful, while mer Kendrlck Mliler furnished tho quent appeal rights of the people and give every Gen. William Roeecraus, ThomaB strips of red, white and The Rev. Thomas W. White, pas- and has beon well attended, wjll Hibernians and better citizens, blue flut opening number, singing "Believe White, Enrmet, Edward Douglass nun his due." Frances ot Rome church, at tho ot Sum- he concluded by declaring" the Irish tor of St.painful Injuries at Thir- close tomorrow morningmomhers7:3d TfalB speech of Gov. Stanley's is Anna T. Sadlier, Charles G. Bona tered beside tho shamrock on thou Me" and "The Last Rose a. and o'clock mass, when tho revela- have reason to be propd of their suffered sands of "breasts, showing that loy mer" in a way that was Interpreted by many as throwing parte, Agnes Replier, Dr. John P. alty to America and love or coun- tion to her hearers, and though a record, they having carried benefits teenth nnd Walnut on Wednesday young men of the city will approach Murphy and Ellsa Allen Starr. Adevening while alighting from a the altar and receive holy comr down the gauntlet to tho won everywhere. the machine in its effort to miral Benson was born in Macon, try are the underlying principles of stranger toapplause, audienceheartily being The solo, vlolia ''Mother strejet car, Father IVhlto was on8 munlon. Tho results ot this retreat; the Ancient Order of Hibernians. vociferous secure control of the Democratic or- Ga., on September 25, 1855. Ills hisfway to assist at the Lonten sorv-ffl- nrn rnrtaln to be fruitful 'and Pleas Little Miss Nellie 9:80 o'ctoclr ganisation by the InjeotWa of pro- mother was the first woman to re- It was nearly was given and when encored. the Dublin jig In a Ilickey Machree," was exquisitely rendered at St. Atfugstlne's church, Thir ing to the clergy. At1 the meeting lively, by Mies Estelle Dougherty, a young danced command the hibition hypocrisy, aad D4ocrats ceive a diploma from a woman's the way, while Tom Itangan brought artiste of much promise, as was, teenth and Broadway, and when Monday night Commonwealth's Atparade started from St. Louis In 1877 he graduated at from one end of Kentucky to the college church, wending its way to down, the house with his recitation also her response to the encore. leaving the car he stepped into a torney Jpseph M. Huffaker, whose other approve of Gov. Stanley's the United States Naval Academy Oak street, thenoa west to Seventh, ot "Erin's Flag" and his imitations Mies Mary HInkle scored a great holo and sprained his ankle. So fame as an orator is widespread, twenty-tw- o years in to Broadway, down to Eighth, In ot a true Irish gentleman. method in carrying the fight to th and has served Miss when she sang "A Little Bit of badly was he hurt that he could will deliver ail address, and. for political prohibitionists. For the at eea. He was promoted to the past St. Mary's to Jefferson, up to Carrie Flnke,, ohr local favorite. hit e Heaven." She has a voice not rise until pedestrians camo to those who' hoar him it' will be a. past' several years the rank of Admiral In August, 1916. Fifth, where moving pictures were sang "Mother Machree" in a way and pleasing stage appearance and his assistance, when he was' placed Teal treat, With baseball tickets as machine held the 'prohibition In a taxicab and removed to his prizes a, spirited membership contaken, out Fifth past the Cathedral that won the hearts of the tig Irish so captivated the audience that,-shQUHST IN DUBLIN. Issue over the head of Democracy audience. Very had to respond to. two encore. The home. Aside from the sprained test Is now on, to close with an to Broadway, down to Sixth and and Crowley Introduced At sealer boys at St. Patrick's fsfcool ankle he suffered as club and a threat, the majority other injuries. Initiation on April 15, when Unity out to St. Louis Bertrand's church. Rev. T.r-St. Patrick's day passed quietly in It was estimated that nearly 8,000 torney Thottiae Walsh, the speaker aaVe an Indian club drill that was Thursday evening he was suffering Council team will confer lac it.la the party eeneedtag much to aaaa tho hwoa down, but bow (Mags' Dublin;. Many country peofle came were in line, a greater wuttber than of the evening, paring him alee Indeed a surprise, the various dlffit severe pain though resting easy, and grace; ""Much nlPTinrtijj waa expected sad twjoe as many tributes as a: Catholic gen stomas. out moves xma have changed aad Deinaarats know; tttto town hut .there were.no a it win be some time before he win .made for U made wit Tpa ehureh asrrtoes wore as boo sart in former dnfcr 4 MBit pteetolon, and fmee vast would be be awe to resante nts pastoral au- - held A PL sad loyal son of fast ehuroh, that it HfclyOectttta largely rtMHded. UfalasV record Leading hard to aqttal. aa4 ttet the the parade waa a paring Mr. ties. 'reduce Day Banquet. . five-handed ed und-ft-youCvo1ixnimenr-rerusart0u1jrrghnnr adherents In every district of the State, no matter for what office they offer 'for, from Constable up to United States Senator. Incidentally Col. Patrick II. Callahan, one of tho adherents, was present at this banquet and heard Gov. Stanley's striking denunciation of the political prohibitionists. There was hardly any change in local political circles this past week with the exception of new candidates for Police Court and Bailiff and Sheriff. Walter Metcalfe, present Deputy Bond Recorder, enteied for Bailiff, making this a field of 6lx as follows: Heffernan, Gunther, McDermott, Leachmnn, Tharp and Metcalfe, all of whom say they will bo in the race to tho finish. P. E. Spalding announced for Sheriff, making it a contest with Senator Sam Robertson, Will McNally, w. E. Woodruff, Al Emler and Mr. Spalding as the entries. It is not known positively whether Mr. Emler will stay in the race on account of ill health and well posted critics say that if It wasn't for this fact ho would be tho leading candidate, but that Senator Robertson seems to have the present call, being supported by many of the organization leaders, the Stanley men and the entire liquor dealers. It is being rumored that slnco tho return of Gen. Haldeman he has discovered that Judge Greene has developed no strength in tho County Judge race and that he will not push tho latter's candidacy, leaving the raco between Loralne 'Mix and Squiro Whecler,botb-o- f whonrjfcaro Haly-Beckha- m HONOR ERIN'S SAINT Sons and Daughters-o- f Emerald Isle Have .Imposing Parade and Religious andCivic Celebrations as Tribute to St. Patrick, the Stars and Stripes Fluttering Beside the Harp land Shamrock. Rev.. Father Cronln said all 'wanted to hear from their Bishop, and upon ins arising tlio nail reBishop sounded with applause. O'Donaghuo said he was glad to be with the people and seo tho fine building and hall. The Irish castle and scenery on tho drop curtain recalled to him tho places they represented in Ireland and a number of interesting ami laughable Irish stories. It was proper indeed, he said, that the Irish should come here and toll tho story of Ireland and their great patron saint. Ho commended the Ancient Order ot Hibernians for its noblo purposes, and hoped they may yet seo tho day when Ireland will bo freo from England, at whoso hands she suffered treatment worse and moro cruel than slaveraastcr ever bestowed on slave. The closing romarks wero mado by Father Cronln. who caused laughter when ho said St. Patrick might have been a German. But back ot It all we are Americans, he declared, and would end tho celebration with a saluto to Old Glory. This was led by tho girls, who carried red, white and blue silk flags while they sang "Columbia the Gem of the Ocean." Upon tho whole the entertainment was ono of tho most enjoyablo ever given In tho West End ono that will do the Hibernians and Ladles' Auxiliary IRELAND Nationalists Threaten Honnr Law MMkn and'' Government with C3 General Election." ' . r . I Will Ahk About Ilclution.s Between Ulster Lenders ami Baron Kuhlninnn. M i court-marti- al aBBBBBBBBBBBsKi I par-ad- I VA Ibbbbm anti-Iris- -. ..IBUM anti-Iris- blood-thirst- Spanish-America- court-martia- r od u, bo-co- Haly-Beckha- ni Ber-tran- d's bell-lik- Haly-Beek-ha- m' e Irlah-Americ- an L, - i tor tor-ev- er rat, -- . i3 JT - .- - .KjETTTJOjKY XjMtSJEI ' - - S?" J ENTU6KY IRISH ' I t4 lohe Sfrclsl ud k " MERKM ; i miencs. ;rHyTayjH7rVlB"'J'V"'f''"' THE S6UTH'S HIGHEST GLASS DEPARTMENT STORE, PUBLISHED EVBRY SATURDAY. 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A. societies were only t t ror limes oi peace, now xrue xms liiui iiiu iiiuin. is action of a local i! - Kwah wuicmicu ci iinnlnnilnfl w mi rine iteniucKy msa iVinti. a tit 4 a I Aiuerjcuu iias lift flfll lilt; itut n-'n 1 1 - tuu minister, who preached actual tieason to a large body of these "patriots" Sunday buimym uj evening in his church, denouncing io President and administrationilals for even hinting at or preig for war, his remarks being sheered by his hearers, with whom he is their favorite orator at all Hag raisings, etc.' How different ras the action of Mackin Council, society, which on Monday night pledged unswerv Yf H. I., n Catholic ing loyalty and suppoit to President Wilson and our country's flag. XAIIHOW SOULKI). Bigotry ,is sometimes excused on account of ignorance. "It is only tho Ignorant," we' say, "who show such hatred to Catholics. ' If they were educated they would see the falseness of 'their. positron?". But how are we to look "upon the jecent defeat of the measure to provide for tho1 memorial which was to bo a monument to tho nuns who are known to soldiers as the "angels of the battlefield." Surely a Con gressman is supposed have a bo some wide knowledge aiid thing better than a fanatic. Memorials have been dedi cated to those whose claims to, such an lionor have been far less than the heroic sacrifice common to the nuns. PJery and eloquent speeches every have been made, in which known virtue was attributed to the heroes in acclaim, but tho bigot In anyone finds no good whoso religion Is the Catholic faith. It is a pity ttiat some test of is not In forco to pie- to contend with tho criticisms and "kicks" of the 'type of Catholic who is classed as "Iiigh brow" and as social climber," Taking up the subject the Indiana Catholic thus expresses itself: "We knew Mr. Hughes for up wards of a quarter of a century, and we know how frequently he was carped at and taken to task by time serving politicians and selfish trim mers who used to say to him, 'his paper goes too far' when he told only the truth about some politician who was an enemy of the faith, or condemned some policy that was hostile to the cause of religion. In the inrfln we believe Catholic editors find most of tho opposition to Catholic papeis from tho type of Catholic who is ashamed of his faith. Happily their number is small, thouhg they may bo among the purse proud and the opulent or In the 'high blow' class of some, community. But they can carry none of these qualifications to tho place wheip those who are loyal to the faith expect their reward. These adornments (so considered) fall from' their nerveless grasp when the summons 0011193 ,and .they appear in line for judgment without any of the raiment that distinguishes them from ordinary mortals here below." ed liaaaaaaaaaarA SrfflH3''r!RBaHlaaBfllBB L, V ySibbbbbbbI aaHK jjmi .aaBaVaaanBaB aI ? - avaa Fores ighted planning and an anticipation of the present disturbed market conditions enable us to announce an unusual collection of Tailored Suits in fabrics now difficult to obtain at $25.00. Serge, Poiret Twill, Gabardine, Burella, Poplin and $ other weaves, in black, tan, navy, grey, rose, green. Xx Because of the extreme demand for Suits of these cloths we predict their prompt selling. x! MONUMENT TO BUFFALO BILL. The national monument to Col. William F. Cody 6n Lookout Mounwill be tain Denver, where he Wyoming, bulled. The spectator can see paits Nebraska and liansas where his of four States Colorado, famous exploits as scbut and hunter were performed. daughter. Miss "itudina Bauer, to Leo Klarer, Jr. The maiilago will take place in the enily spring. April 9 Euchre and lotto for St. school, afternoon and evenCecilia's Mr. nnd Mrs. (James 1). Thomping. son returned Filday from Osprey, April 9 Euchre and lotto after- Fla., whore theyxspent two months noon and evening in L. B. A. Hall, on their ranch. 'They are now at their country Homo near AnchorSixth and Walnut. . Feast of Na- age. April tions by Trinity Council In club Mr. and Mis. Jrhomas Ford have house. been here on a visit this past week April 14 Annual brldgo party of as the guests of' Mrs. Ford's parJunior Circle of tho Queen's Daugh- ents, Mr. and tMrs. Thomas H. ters. Hines. Mr. Ford will leave Monday April 19 Mackin Council euchre for Washington, vhere he is in the Government employ, and will bo and lotto at club house. July 25 Annual' picnic for St. joined later by Mrs. Ford. Joseph's Orphan Asylum, on orphanPLEDGES LOYALTY. age grounds, Frankfort avenue. COMING EVENTS. i 2,:,. ro 1 1 -- r ST.LOUIS4H W ,.TiSi.l.rT'5!j?v5-SWBIgEa- .taflBIBB LliWK IiOVIRTTiIja ARRIVE ST. LOUIS 8:10 A. M., OSOO I'. M 0:15 1. M. 7:28 A. M. NIGHT EXPRESS HAS THROUGH PULLMAN SLEEPERS. ALL TRAINS MAKE CONNECTIONS IN ST. LOUIS STATION FOR WEST AND 80UTHWEST. TICKET OFFICE FOURTH AND MARKET MAY EXD WAK. 'one-side- d broad-mindedne- ss VJuJJuyuniXOwuleuVnfll It Is hard'r to gauge accurately the effect of submarine warfare upon British supplies.' 'ThatJt has been severe "theie can bo little doubt. Th,at Germany counts upon it to bring her enemy to terms Is also certain. But British sources claim that many submarines have been captuied o"r sunk, while Germany ieports that submarines are being built faster than they can bo sunk. Jt may be months, before the tiuth is known. Resources are running low in England and In Germany. Which can stand tho end SOCIETY. I their loyalty to tho country. The Aillno Duffy, of Jeffersonvllle, Is resolution, which was drawn up by spending somo time in Dallas, a committee composed of Sebastian Texas. O. Hubbuch, Loula W. Borntraeger, J. Guy Nevin, Frank J. Geiler, Robhad as her ert T. Burke Mrs. Mary Snider W. Herp, has guest last week Mrs. Mary Muiphy, been sent to and Fred Washington, and is as of Bloomfield. Mackin Council, Y. M. I., held an enthusiastic And patriotic meeting Monday night, and by a unani mous vote adopted a resolution in dorsing the action of President Wilson In regard, to tho submarine warfare of Germany and pledged BALTIMORE & OHIO T. J. WEST, Dlitrlct Pasiengar Agent. STATION SEVENTH AND WVER 1916 EASTER WEEK 1917 Place ia from creeping into any placo where cuie supplies may tho welfare of the republic should Speed that day. be a sacred trust. MEXICO'S s IXTOLKHAXCE. ,. . the war. SKVKKH LKSSOX. - Carranza has been , elected for four years as Governor' of Mexico, thanks to his milifary dictation of the election, and ho Is in a position to enforce his pet laws, which gp into effect May 1, 1017, under tho new constitution. Foreign missions and mission schools which have been established by Protestant missionaries will be forced out under the new law and no minister will be recognized unless a native of Mexico. No religious body or sect may ettabllsh separate schools and every act of public woishlp must be under tho supervision of the civil authorities. The Methodist Episcopal church Is hard hit by the foregoing as that church has established many schools under the direction of Methodist Episcopal ministers. Of course many of the radical reforms are aimed at tho Catholic church, .and if they are carried out the church will practically be driven out of Mexico. Article 5, Chapter 1, of the new constitution, forbids the establishment of any oider with monastic vows and no church shall bo used for relllgous worship wlth- out thp permission of the Govern-tuen- t. Mexico under Carranza's reign promises to be the most intolerant country of civilized times and it remains to bo seen what attitude will be taken by President Wilson and his Cabinet towaid this reign of bigotry. THOSE HIGH HKOWS. reorganization of tho military situation on a basis of unlveisal training Js expected to proe tho most important task of the extraordinary session of tho Sixty-fift- h Congress. Tho semiofficial intimation that President Wilson is at last prepared to renounce tho volunteer system and urgo a universal service enactment upon Congress Is regarded by many as the certain forerunner of action of this kind. It Is rather late In the day for preparedness now; but it has taken a severe lesson to get pacifism out of the national system. Better late than never, says the Tiue Voice. Complete follows: "Be It resolved, That whereas our Mrs. LouIb Meaney has been en- country Is oh the verge of war, a tertaining her mother, Mrs. E. L. condition which we, as citizens, Beam, of Botland. should meet unitedly nnd with unfaltering loyalty, now we, Mackin Miss Estelle Noonan, of Council, No. 205. Young Men's In- weelc-xlsltlthis stltute, Louisville? Ky.rwttlr tf tueni Miss Julia Meredith. bershlp or five hundred young men, do In regular session indorse the Miss Elizabeth Campbell has been course of action of tho President of visiting Misses Frances and Eleanor the United States in relation to the McKenna at Fairfield. conduct of Germany in her submarine waifare, and do pledge our Dr. II. J. McKenna has returned loyalty and our support by actual to his parents, Mr. and assistance whenever necessary to from a visit Mrs. J. S. McKenna, at Fairfield. uphold our country's honor." Frank-foitr-swaa-iling. Levy's Leader Hats The IRISH REPUBLIC Is One Year Old Celebrate the 'Anniversary in a fitting manner. your home or meeting hall a copy of the DECLARATION OP IltlSIl INDKPHNDKXGE FREE. '"""" 5" liberaT"dfs"cbunt will le given to Irish Societies 3esfriug to secure quantities of this historic souvenir. photos and genuine The picture, which 13 in colon,, includes facsimile autographs of the signers. Second edition almost sold out. Only a limited supply on hand. half-ton- e An artistic reproduction of the immortal document read by President Pearce will be mailed to any address in the United States for fifty cents POST ORDER NOW FROM John J. Shea, who has been visiting relatives In Jeffesonvllle, left Saturday for his homo at Pueblo, Col. NEW DIRECTORY OUT. America takes to task that type in this country whe're wealth comes to .individuals who can not stand prosperity,' and. show' their Catholicity. Nevertheless'-thi- s. despicable sort are comparatively fow, while they ,who" gTailly" foregoweath and social 'advancement when tho price Js religious, indifference are many, "ire bore h'is lellg'Ion "like an order of niVht)iood, something to ib'e proud of, j.6 llv for, to fight lor," wa fetid ot a Cathelic publipist who recent(ly',pa.SBd 'to his" reward after, many fyears 'of valiant 'sen-fee-. Whether of, ancient linkage tovfi like Napoleon, the founder of their oVfn house', Seh men aldne form our Catholic afliocra,cy? Thqlr th'oughis are 'high,, 'tfyelr Hve8 'jmre,J,thelr deeds noble ami tbrHh ilmn ttey Tule. .And that is arlatocMwy, the rule of. the rbettti The publicist th,us Referred to was "the ate William the ".Michigan Bomh-tim- es .of : iway" Vor"-- hout his hail to -- Tomorrow is Passion Sunday, and hut two more weeks remain of Uome, Oily OlOl Cuuih. South 1M1G-Lent. Those who have not ,jet prepared for their Easter .duty Third and Market should not longer delay. Remem and Sheldon Caron. & and Councilman Dan Coleman ber this may be your last Lent on wife and Mrs. Frank Maydwell are INCORPORATED. COVINGTON. earth. home,- after a two weeks' visit at Columbia, 'Jnn. A recent ruling by the Sisters Coal. Quality Everybody welcomes homes the of tho Academy , ot Notre Dame, Miss Leta Duffyj who has been Covington, extended the privilege boldier boys, who acquitted them Office and Yard Fifteenth and Magnolia Avenue selves with honor. May peace pre- ill with measles, Isor now conval- of the academy to all Catholic her parents young women in the Covington dioescent at the home vail and never occasion arise for on Eastei n Parkway. Avoid the Easter Rush. cese who wished Ho attend tho antheir being again called for military opened. retreat, which nual Brine us rour old mllan or hemn hat Mrs. Walter Glower returned Wednesday and will close with sol- from last summer In duty, fact any kind Sunday fiom New York, where she emn services ioniorrow morning. of material. We will clean, dye and It celebration in honor of St. Uslted her daughters, the Misses Formerly the retreat was conducted reshape by to look liko new. Don't be Our lake advertisements. Glover. for pupils only. but the experience misled -- only place in tho city This Patrick was all that could bo de- Mario and Antoinette is the that last year of permitting the alumni known how to do ladies' hats. We sired, and showed that tho Irish Their many friends will be sorry and their friends to attend has rip and resew them into the new e Catholic spirit still lives In Louis- to learn of tho serious illness of prompted the Sisters to establish spring: styles. Thirty-fiv-select now models on our counter tp from. Our little Miss Nora Rellly, daughter a now lule. ville. customers know we do tho best work of Mr. and Mrtf. David J. Rellly. the city. Forty years in business in i is our guarantee. Wo clean, dye and BEXEFIT-FOJOnly two more weeks and Lent reshape your hat at the small cost of ORrilAXS. Drlscoll and Hal Plummer, John dye them a Kood black no shoe $1.00 ends. Make theni tell for eternity. who visited Mr. and Mrs. John The date for he annual picnic polish work. i Drlscoll In Jeffersonvllle, have- re and outing for the benefit of St. turned to school'at Bloomlngton. BIRTH CONTROL BILLS. Joseph's Orphan 'Asylum has been Falls City Straw Works INCORPORATED. Wednesday, July 25, and Mr. and Mi's. J. C. Martin, Miss set for preparation will begin at Assemblyman Fred M. Ahem, of work of 713 West Jefferson St. 319 PAUL JONES BUILDING. M. ,Stqno and' B. Hickman, Brooklyn,' Chalfman of- the New were Louisville people who 'had Jr., once. It will talie place on tho an orphanage Home City 405 grounds on Frankfort Comb. Main US York Assembly Codes Committee, enjoyable ' visit in New Yqrk City HOME 2422 St. FOR avenue, Crescent ;H111. This being Xavier SALE MY to alley. All IiOt 30x200 said 'that tho Shlplacoff-Goldstei- n last week. charities In improvements inuue. one ot tho createst jrame; bills to legalize Uie dissemination of rodi-jfoundation, 6 rooms, haHs, 1H little doubt that stone complete Mrs. James J. Shelley left Tues- Louisville, there with birth control literature had hardly picnic will bo well patronizen ny closets, cold water,bath: kitonen water, SAM L. the sink, drain; hot and to visit her daugh- the general puplld a chance. ttop!s His, committee, day for Boston eras for llclit and cooklmr. electric Rearing, in ef- ter, Mrs. John Lynch, and Mr. which conducted-tli- o hydrant; cellar, cistern, available; in grapes, fruit, Garden, lawn, chicken fect- thrfew"th.em in tketteiba8lret, Lynch, who make their homo SHELB'VILLE. yard and house. All in condition ez' pppofiltloji has ibeen general.but the Dorchester, May take cept outside palntlnp. strongest protests! have- cone from trade. Make house Row Celestfno Brey, pastor of smaller JACQUES, in 2267 Shawnee. offer. Mrs. M. J. Fahey, of Roy, Mont., C. N. the. Roma,n- Catholics,, who lipid, that VT who has been the guest of Mr. and Holy Croes church1 on West Broadthe pawNige'Of th'ebIH6'wc-uhlj)riBway, preached thfe fourth of the LOT 50 PARKLAND 'FOR SALE a "conflict with re.Ujsiqus .teachings, .Mrs. yill Foley, at .Parkview, ha? alley, Grand, 30th32dJ gone, to S.t. 'LouIb to visit, her son, series of Sunday I evening Lenten 240 to madei water, ros, sewer, elecr must br aPPreat',''"wW'-AHefAn streets aallablo; car line next street. sermons at th Church of the trlclty, yrMp"- fVor thp "prqposl-tlo- a John Fahey and 'family. ,tht SI'S "that nunclatlou at 'ShaibyvUle last Sun- BmwnJ 2267. of b!rth,control revery,mwch TUta "flHIHatvi X7lllla anrl rtaiierK- - day eve'nlmr. when1 ho was heard by miguMed .ami apejnWterJaWgts. By .KrrCHEN 8HOWEK. made, plain ttsr. Mips Kattierlne WlRIs. of Louis- a large oogrgatlon, a number of. their arguments was bewig kitchen A . I .3 thatitaey "believe the Uiuman- - race ville,- have, been spending some those present took for his auBjeci gjven happy week for shower Marie 11 MI?s last exists Independent ofaay Supreme jtlma as tfke guests of Mrs. James Father aBrey Fok of the Cross," "Mary the' a New Albany April CumminKs. McGiaty in jeneraonvme. Being-.' CANDIDATE FOR and. Ills words made a lasting bride, by Miss. Helen Kern. Others on his liearers, present we're Mrs, John Cummlngs, is a Miss Clarissa Fehr. who MASTER GKXBKAL COMING. Mlsees Cleon Kern, 'Bess Egan, , : student, at Chicago; will return the OR fiJ Mildred- - Watkins. .Mary Crawford, WILSON WOE GREEX. to spend the Moat Rev.- - Loulg Thejasellng,- 0. lat of'.uie .nienth COUNTY COMMISSIONER her parents, President Wikwn and allrWhRe Agnea Burke, Clara. .Brooks, Alma P., the Master, Geaaral' of the Banter holiday , wl OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Dayls, .Anna ..... .. r .'. . Dominican Ordar, ha left (Rope .far CoU aad Mr, Fraak Fenr. jtvaTO owpnjrn mtivjo iot'wm' x Kern, .Marte, Sub'jet . to the action of the Denio- - aupjew to tue action, .01 tne Demo Fix, Mary Ktherlne day, Spain, whence he expects to all (or akaaireek di sti i'atricK-Primary, Auugt 41 oraflo1 party, riaiiiry, Akugt 4 tq the wklU House by John 8weney, .Harriet Fawcett, Helen Mr. ami Mr. Fra!- - A. Buer an- the American continent about. Hie ,f 1HT. J 1917. Flyrin and Bernice Wallace. t tfeeir Xotmearf, the Iruh Nationalist. end of tlie month, nouNoo tar ragagemetit t f Post-office May Poridergrass Misses Lillian Conway were Sunday guests In its clmpllatlon and it maintains of Miss Sallle Thompson at its place as the , best business directory issued United States. The Directory usfes tho conservative Mrs. Rhes Casey, who was here figure two as a multiplier, and thus for a visit with Mrs. C. N. Wharton, estimates Louisville's population at n has returned to her home at 265.5GC, an Increase over 191G of field. 146. This is the smallest Increase that the Director' has registered Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Caion re- Blnce first issue In 1871 It is set Tuesday from Detroit, foitli that the ileures rofuto tho turned lsitlng for reports that an exodus from Louis- where they had been a week. vllle for ammunition nnd automate centers has been In progress Tho Daniel Cuniff, of the local valuation of taxable j?X91erty in depaitment, has returned Tit stay at West This year's book, does f217.059.G75. from a two weeks' credit to its Haden Springs. publishers, Messrs. Stephen Smith Pres-tonl- a. In-th- e The new Caron City Directory for 1917 has made its appearance and will prove an interesting and useful and volume. Great care was exercised are the right $2 Hats for Louisville men and young men. New styles, new colors, soft and stiff shapes , the same good quality that . .msde them famous. WOLFE TONE COMPANY, 220 Went Forty.tecoad Street, Now York City. New Church Goods House Rosaries, Prayer Books, Cruciffxes, Pocket Statues, Statues, Scapulars, Scapular Medals, Communion Wreaths, Lockets and everything that an up to date " Re'AgiouVStoreshouId have. Come in and look over our new stock an3"comjjire our prices with others. Pike-Hicke- Mor-ga- y LEVY' Church "SuppIyXfMHparty" Y 312 W. Jefferson St., Bet. Third and Fourth. LouIs-e-8.ly- eh DOUGHERTY LANNING COAL CO. - ! i LADIES Best Pittsburg and Jellico , TRY A LOAD OF FOR HOME USES. Wallins Creek Lump Coal High in Heat. Low in Ash. R - S6ANL0N GOAL COMPANY ROBERTSON B - 20-f- t. iwo-siory -- jBOI - - -- g 20-fo- ot 'It n '' s,. 4 Jb-wa- s r " on H, S.; $ McUTT - -- -- Cum-Rilug'- j wt cratic-party- ts . ji&JsrPTz'&ttY xttL&tt AvsjBtJCczAze T" REtlABLE GUIDE FOR CAREFUL BUYERS Readers of the Kentucky Irish American are earnestly urged to patronize advertisers whose announcements they find in these coiums. We aim to protect our readers by accepting only firms of known responsibility. "SOUTHERN STAR" SLICED BACON kM 6. flSjnBjBJBBJSjSJBjHBJMHBBBjHtfB L v J Ready for Your Griddla Morulas" 1b HAMS, LARD, SAUSAGE LOUISVILLE PROVISION CO. (Incorporated.) PEOPLES PKOVTDEXT ASS0CIATX0B Incorporated. was organized by cltlzem to make tho LOANS on furniture and other personal propwell-know- n flsSHsHsrfllffiraiib' flHD Ea BHHyt .DAiauSi iiw "-ini- INCORPORATED iirn fci - w t flfe 'HP'-JH- WeGlve and Redeem Surety Coupons. ', S. D. ' LOWEST BATES. Coleman Bids., Cor. Third and Jefferson. Both Phones, 2S86. 1803 erty at ' PBlliitfi WBMoPW aaWbRI4?7f? HPv?TBHwiM J Newi'White Wash Fabrics; For Spring and Summer Wear 1017 Walkings; all tho onctu nuiBuiihs, suipi'ii voiles, new ium also lace effects; they aro 3G 'and 40 Inches wide and a 25c quality; special for Mon- 2 day, per yard 17c While- Skirtings; in an extra good quality; the materials S - plqup, are- cloth' and J wafllo weaves in cioss-ba- r gab- plain C and fancy aidines; worth 39c; on sale 2 l!)c z at, per yard White Swisses; In small and J medium dots and llguics; they " aro 3G and 40 inches wldo and are suitable for waists and drapeiles; a 2Gc quality at, 2 per yard 10c 4 1017 Skirtings; all the newest materials, consistlng( of plain 27-ln3C-ln- AMERICAN ELEVATORS MADS IN LOUISVILLE AMERICAN ELEVATOR CO. MACHINE- ESTABLISHED BY & Louis A. Broring, Horat PhHi 2556 D. D. S. W, Market St DENTIST, 430 SEE POOLEY FOR I ENGRAVERS M7HLICH MONEY RELIABLE CONFIDENTIAL P. R. l'OOLEY Courier-Journ- Room' 1, j Home Bulldirig 415 Fourth Street Phone Shawneo HENRY GOSS 80S ENGllAVING COMl'ANi ARTISTS, ENGRAVERS ELECTROTYPERS Louisville, Ky 6 W. Main St., Home Phone Cltr 6874 n ,, M num.. n maiMBafcfaaWI X, -- BLAKE shows in operation at Neuilly, anil now in ubo In all MaiH8ag!IWPIIW 4INT-Photograph d JOS. B. O'LEARY & , CO. actively associated with her husband in the management M. the hospital. Headquarters for moorzMO, auzxE&xxa, sfouxjkq CITY AND, FARM PROPERTY. .SOCIETY See us 'kbout' anything 'n real Tin Roofs Rciuilml mid Painted estate. We sell, buy and rent. ASPHALT SHINGLES A SPECIALTY ' 504' W. JEFFERSON ST. ' soil, w.eit Broaawfty, z,oniiTUic, xy. Home Phone City 4,464. A. 0. H. .Maternal Moitalily Has Proven to Residence Phone, Pewee Valley DIVISION 3. Phone, City 3180. lie Almost Entirely lie- 803 East Walnut Street First and Third Monday, Hibernian 0 vcntable. Home. Portland. JOS. DALY Wnll Paper and Window Shades rif President John "M. Riley. Room Mouldings, Plcturo Frames Vico President Tim O'Leary. : CONTRACTING PALTER' 1 :.' and Window Shades Made to Order. Recording Secretary John Mar Home Phone Citjr 2517. Facts tin. 120 West Grcea StfeoV LoulsVille," Ky; Kealiation. of Fuiidaniental ) Secretary Financial John J. ..RflatiiiR to. .CliildhiHh1 Broderlck. J TO N.E. THE PHIL. HOLLENBAOH CO. ucgun. i Treasurer DanieHJ. Dougherty. ' The Qreat American .1 INCOitP'ORATKD JOHN . by Dr Blake, of .New Yoik, while stationed the "Blakp spUatin-VEnte,Allied hospitals. 3rs. Blake, tpmierly Airs. Clarence H. Mucker, is THIS IS TRUE DltECTOM NEW ALBANY. - JBZyIv3EBi" 21-- J. - , ..r I YELLOWS V TAYLOR & WILLIAMS INCORPORATED. WHISKEY LOUISVILLE, KY. ' Distillera Of ' OLD FORTUNA SOUR MASH Pioblem of tiio Greatest Importance "HOLLENBACH" PURE RYE LonisrUlo, Ky. to tho Community as a 528 W. Mala St. AVhole. MIKE Swan Street WIEDER 1011 Machine Sliox). ARTISTIC PRINTING e Auto Repairing PRICES REASONABLE Work Guaranteed Homo Phone, Highland 1472 FIRST CLASS WORK-GivHOPEFUL TENDENCY Tlds Office Your Next Order 317 W. GREEN ST. APPEARS. Telephone City 946 DOUGHERTY I J $ t McELLIOH 1227 WEST MARKET STREET, I Funeral Directors and Embaimersl i f BOTH Climb. Main SOOS.a DPIIOICJBJ8S. Home City SOOS It has been shown 'that a large number of women die year after year In this country'lrom childbed tever, adiseriso proved over forty years ago-tbe almost entirely pre ventable; and that a still larger number die from other conditions connected with childbirth which aro known to be to a large degree or curable. The proportionately small number of women lost from these causes in certain foreign countries demonstrates the needlessness of tho gi eater part of our losses. A general realization of certain of the fundamental facts to tho bearing of children has only begun; this function has aK o pie-entab- le le-lal- ed i Funeral Jdkade ture of Ignorance and fatalism. Thet Treasurer George J. Thornton. ftlffeaTeTrrnTl"oTircmtea'a'tho'"dedic"a tion Archbishop ceremonies. hazards to health and life connected Marshal Joseph Hohman. Christie, of Oregon, preached in the with childbirth have been either Insido Sentinel morning, and Bishop Carroll, of Morris MmmMHHumuwummiMHvmmtMtHiMuuuvMUiHt ignoied or accepted as unavoidable Helena, occupied tho pulpit in the By most people childaccidents. evening. HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND MAIN 3071-- y Outside Sentinel James Hill. birth Is regarded as an entiiely normal process, and happily in the AVILL NOT COME. great majority of cases this is true. women of moderate means, who represent a very large proportion of Each year there is a vast number of Official denial is made that the ndrmal deliveries, and among them women bearing children-- have In hlsh Nationalists will send a delemost cities received least benefit gation to the.1 relatively small but absolutely' tho United States to invery large number of complicated from Improvements in standards of form President of their prenatal and obstetrical care. In purpose to insist Wilson Immediate cases Is lost sight of. On the other upon hand most people regard such 111 working out plans for decreasing action in Parliament on homo rule. the death rate from childbirth In It is explained that tho Nationalists ness. and deaths as do occur as of this are confident that their friends Jn Only very gradually ldrge cities tho interestsThe tho United States will look after and Incompletely are women begin grpup can not bo ignored. IHUWUVUMUVtMMUMUtUUUVMUUWMMUMUUUHUUUW ning to realize the simple facts that problem must be considered as one their interests here. certain accidents and complications yhich must be solved for all classes SEVEN NEW CHAPLAINS. occur in a definite percentage of in a community; it must be realized cases of childbirth, but that almost that it is a problem of tho greatest importance to tho community as a In tho distribution of the new always those may bo avoided or A very, cured if women, exercise the proper whole. shown hopeful" tendency is chaplaincies, created under the rethe ono already in some cities cent law passed by Congress, hygiene during pregnancy, the secure proper supervision during that time. to look upon such service not as a Catholic church has been awarded charity but as a concern of the seven, and Rev. L. J. O'Hern, C. S. and have skilled attendance at la municipality as truly as tho protec- P., who represents AL. S. SMITH, PROP. the Catholic bor. Like other essentials of tion of its homes from Hie and hierarchy in these appointments, is hygiene and preventive medicine burglary these principles are at last becoming ply- from or its milk and water sup- engaged at present in securing suitacontamination. ble candidates for this important public property instead of being tho work. exclusive possession of physicians. DEATH ON STREET. nut in this case progress has been RAIN STOPS PARADE. very slow. Knowledge of tho need While waiting Saturday morning BOTH PHONES 810. for gjood care at childbirth is essen-- " a stieet car at East Eleventh An awful downpour of rain Saturtiai; the lack of such knowledge) and for Spring streets, New Albany, day forced the postponement of tho of a demand for this care has been and SOUTHEAST CORNER SIXTH AND ZANE STS. e Joseph Yost, years old, St. Patrick's day parade in New probably tho chief factor in producing the present indifference to thltf dropped dead, His head struck the York City, and which. In the opinion phase of preventive medicine. Com curbstone when he fell, inflicting of many would have been the bigwound, munities are still to a gieat extent a scalp Pass.ersby that bled pro- gest in history, as all of the Irish who saw the man societies had worked unceasingly in indifferent td o,r .Ignorant . of the; fusely. number of lives of women lost fall hastened to call Dr. F. H. bringing out a big attendance. There uome i'Jione siiiatnaee IBI CnnibCrlaBU, V8t 11 yearly from childbirth; many com Wilcox, who lives near, and tho Were several banquots In the evenmunities 'which are prouu of their physician reached tho man's side ing, among tho speakers being States Senator low typhoid or diptherla" rates ig-- Just as he expired. Mr. Yost lived United Borah. noie their high rates from childbed at 923 East Eleventh ofstreet. Ho Charles M. Schwab, Major Gen. hnd been complaining pain in Wood, Bishop Patrick J. Hayes and a rever. communities are only bej INCORFORATMD. ginning to realize that among their his- dhest, but It was believed that Justice Victor J. Dowllng. was; not serious", and Satuiday chief concerns is the protection of it (he babies born within their limits, he started aa .usual to his work COMMENDED. and necessarily also of tho mothers at tho JefferBpnvllle plant of tho 'In a letter addressed to the memof those, babies before and at con- - American Car and Foundry Company. Besides his wlfo he is sur- bers of the hierarchy of tho United unement. Chapel Free The second fundamental cause of vived by four sons, Tony, Joseph, States, Pope Benedict XV. warmly 3101 WEST BROADWAY ts Patreas. tho high death rates 110111 chil- Adolph and Herman .fYost, all of commends the work of the Holy Albany. whom livo in He dbirththat is, the difficulty of ob- was a member of ?eV Mary's church, Nanfo sociotles in that republic in St. glorifying God's namo and upholdtaining adequate case is seen to ing the faith and morals of its depend to a large extent on the first, from whqro his funeral was held. members; urges the societies to "A Ner to You ar be Nearest Phone' jhe ignprance of need for good care. keep up their effoits to promote tho NOW JS STATE EMPLOY. As women, their husbands, physpiritual welfare of youth under the Special $3.00 Spray sicians and communities realize the of tho church care the Our Special $5.00 Wreath absolute need of skilled deathsforfrom as William N. Bdsler,tf who resigned guidance that aro so rife inamidst the Funeral Directors Superintendent the world Drains foe dangers prevention of needless childbirth methods for providing this city, took ui his new duties ds at the present time; and concludes The largest valuet in FuneEmbalmers. such care will be doveloped. Certain road engineer in the .State Roads by bestowing, his apostolic blessing ral Flewerr ever offered in Louiivllle. typical problems, characteristic of Department at Frankfort on Tues- upon the Bishops, the moderator, especial types of communities in this day. , Mr. Bosier's manS' friends Rev, John McNIcholas, and all the mho Arvimufvm For prompt delivery call ?23 country, may be outlined briefly. In wish him success in his new pqsition members. Telephoae 1022. both phonet. many of the larger cities excellent and are proud of the recoi'd ho CALAMITY. prenatal and obstetrical care can be made here in the Sewer and Drain obtained by those who can pay con- Department. LMriSYiili Business Gsliiii Former Gov. Edward F. Dunne, siderable sums for it and who realrwcoaxiErfteTjb expressing tho hope that President ize its Importance sufficiently to be COUNTESS CUDAHY. lTAtui mr Wilson's mediation committee "THAT BETTER SCHOOL" wining to do so. In many cities WLTVMULTtiKB would also much progress has been made Decorated by Pope penedlct XV. Tailway be successful fn avcrtine the ourth Mmue LoulrVwi. strike,, had this to say: "It SIKTH AND MAIN ST R BETS in tho provision, through obstetrical wit the title of Countess, Mrs", clinics and hospitals, of good pre patfcerine t Sullivan Cadahy, ' widpw would be' a national calamity, the "Flowerg telegraphed everywhere.' Uader ihe MngtttnBt of Cudahy, the noted effect of which would prove most natal ana obstetrical care, free or of Michael at low eoftt.for Ihose who otherwise packer, is the nrst woman in Chi- disastrous. In fact, next to war,- - it could not afford i Yet even in a cago to be hpnored by 'the Pope or is the greatest calamity ihls councity wey supplied with such clinic by any other sovereign. Word was try could suffer. I consider. The '(Formerly w4th 8paeerUa) the number of women reached la received recently of the dignity con- Bituatlea that lias, arises Is the best relatively small, in comparison with ferred upon and was argument I know in favor of govMcCarty is eUll dota that Ut. ernment" ownership?' the total number- of women who made public by Archbkmop 8p wrtoa work that following the arrival from bear their children without adequate h&Y you about told oNcttors' lRinfOPS URGE TILLAGE. care during pregaancy and labor. Rome of the Pontifical documents. atxteen years. In many large, in the tliese The only other , Cour4s8 W Bishops of Ireland .have r' and Night Chwsee. with a Urge, percentage of .foreign United States so hoinred . is the note lirgln the .people of NORTON BUILDING Otty FfcMMt: Cdlhw or 'ofj.colored population, . CJuktees Deary,., of New York, wo Iredsad to ihe 'civil duttb. XMtt 4fc, Keeideaw, city N.W.CInHtr a much diseueftMl rwetred 'iter greater increase in FMrtk ami JefTersf problem.- - tlt ?te 4well known that xm, ; J . title- from Pope Leo autherrtfe for. a production. ObiS. W&t 47I; tillage "asd food But-tlmo- wavtJ)efiiooUWMSmtetfl--v-inWMrrtwo- - cloth, plain and satin stripe O.xfold, piques', etc.; these are extra good qualities in a width; specially priced at, per yard, 75c, G5c, 50c and.'lOo Chiffun Voile; a nice quality in WOMEN DIRECTS POUCH. plain white, suitable for waists and dresses; it da 30 Inches Miss Mary Hellman. of Louis wldo and worth 19c; special vllle, who was appointed Assistant Z prico, pet yard 15c box Maysville. Treasurer of under Treasurer Harry C. Curran, and Beglcy. whose office is on the lower floor Sentinel Thomas JNoone. of the Court House, lias been ap pointed Day Police Sergeant and DIVISION? 4. : will have charge of police headMeets second and fourth Mondays, quarters during the day, answering Bertrand Hall, Sixth street. all 'phono calls. Sho 1s the only police woman Maysville has ever President Thomas Lynch. had. Vico President John J. Barry. ' Financial Secretary Thomas J. Langan, 807 West Oak. FORTY HOURS. Recording Secretary William P. McDonogh. Tomorrow morning the Forty 1 Ilours devotions will open in Holy Treasurer John "F. Burke. Sergeant-at-Arm- s - Thomas Dig- - Name church, Third andi O, with a solemn high mass and sermon, and 4 nan. will continue until Tuesday. Rev. Sentinel M. J. MfcDermott. JL John O'Connor, tho pastor, will direct the impressive services and will Y. be assisted by priests from other 4 churches. This is a largo and growing parish and many will doubtless NONE BETTER MACKIN COUNCUi, 205. NONE PURER Meets Monday evenings at Club make this tho occasion for complying with their Easter duty. House, 344 North Twenty-sixt1 President S. O. Hubbuch. CATHEDRAL REOPENED First Vice President William V A. Link. The Seattle Cathedral, the great Second Vice President Raymond dome of which collapsed on FebruCALL NO. 467 EITHER PHONE, E. Schott. ary 1 of last year, was Financial Secretary William G. on Sunday. A solemn Pontifical Bucket. f high mass was celebrated, at which Recording Secretary Robert Right Rev. Edward J. O'Doa non. 1ili inmiliiu ft 30-in- ch 1818-182- Tomoirow morning at Holy Tiln-It- y church In New Albany tho Jorty Hours' devotions will begin with a solemn high mass, with tho Rev. Father Cunan as the celebrant. Tho services will continue until Tuesday. A number of visiting priests will assist Dean Curran and preach the sermons. It is expected that the attendance will be large -- Y fiilirlnu frn Vin wlltin rftlfi f this' is tho newest materinl for dresses and wnlsts; It is 40 inches wide and a nice sheer fabric; worth 39c; special at, per yard 2.1c Shitting Madras; a fine ,meicer-izo- d quality in stripes and Jiguies; suitable for boy's' waists and men's shlita; It is 30 inches wide and worth 25c; special per Monday, for yard Plisso Crepe; a nice soft material suitable for all kinds of summer underwear; a lijc quality; specially priced for Monday at, per yard. 15c Pajama Cloth; In an extra . heavy weight; this material is suitable for men's summer underwear and gowns; a 19c quality at, rter yard 15c While Nainsook; in a width; a soft material for making summer underwear, a 120 quality; specially priced for Monday at, per yard... 10c White Nainsook; an extra flno sheer quality suitable for babies' dresses and lino underwear; put up in boxes containing 10 yards; price, per Plain wMto i le 30-inc- h S2.50 Sergeant-at-Arms-4p- at fDINNER I1 INCOMPLETE lw f S WITHOUT Ill J j BEER Sure. 4J h. 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Upon Congressman Slayden, from Texas, rests responsibility for killing the bill for the memorial to the "Nuns or tho Hattlefield" in Arlington cemetery. Slayden .held the bill in comlttee until Congress adjourned. The Hibernian St. Patrick's day celebration and parade in Indianapolis was tho greatest ever held there and surpassed expectations. On tho stage with State President Deery were tho Governor, the Mayor and many prominent citizens. 5 5 Stewart Dry Goods Co INCORPORATED Jn Connection iVilh. James He Creery & Co. NewiYork. Xj ! WE GIVE AND REDEEM SURETY COUPONS. SUITS FOR BOYS NORFOLK SjUITS MADE OF BLUB SERGE PRICED AT It's Good To Slip Into These New Clothes, Men! The new spring lint's of men's and young men's suits niul lifrhtwcifrht overcoats are ready nt Stewart's. A full variety 'of the new' season's styles are shown. -- I Ji 3. ff ! Clothing of This Worthy F. B,Q. Make Here For; s Choice at $15, $20, $25 to $30. I it is turn J to these refreshing to modelsfrom the tiresome winter things new smart, in new grays, greens, tans, browns, club checks, needle stripes and the many other which demand will bo pronounced. J colors and patterns for taste may be, whether for tho con-- . No matter what your scrvative or the dressier styles, you can be well suited. 55 No charges are made for alterations. j Boys' New 11 $4.95 $5.95 $6.45 White Wear at $5.95, $7.50, $10, $12.50, $15, $18. Suit, Including Many For Confirmation f mm 137 v&g?P wit The hard play of sturdy boys requires just such good wearing suits as these here at Stewart's, yet nothing is lnck- 55 mg in the styles that boys like. Particular" attention is di-- ? rested to our blue serge suits for confirmation wear. GEN. SAKAItOFF. Shirts and Blouses TO GO WITH CONFIRMATION SUITS RKCUXT DKATIIS. 1! A ee RAINCOATS $7.75 that : we guarantee to n 60c 79c YOUR SLIP FEET Into a Pair of Emerson Shoes and Know Real Comfort. 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I 1 mh 1 m in 1 1 1 1 urn I The funeral of Mrs. Judith Delg, tho venerable mother of former Late News That 'Will Interest Assistant Health Officer Dr. A. A. Members Here and Else- RECEIVED PROM THE MINES DAILY Delg and widow of Andrew Delg, who lost his life while serving in where. the Union army in the civil war, from was held Monday morning Delg Mrs. PER T8N St. Boniface church. Cincinnati will havp a grand years old and re- joint was ninety-tw- o initiation next month. son at 500 East sided What They Have Been Doing Walnutwith her She was burled In PROMPT DELIVERIES Evansvllle Council had an "Irish street. clothes she had prepdred for that night" In honor of St. Fatrlck. the Past Week General New council homes are planned purpose many years ago. News Notes. for Greeley and Humphrey, Neb. News of the death on Monday of A class of 125 will receive the V UVrOTlPflllATErH Mrs. Fannie Herrmann, beloved wife third degreo tomorrow at Syracuse. Nearly 100 automobiles were in of John P. Herrmann, of Herrmann ,r A large class received tho second Both Phones 157 209 Speed Building Bros., came as a great shock to her degreo on Sunday at Hamilton, the line of mnrch. &S34xSS3$$xS$ Minnesota added two new divis- relatives and friends throughout e the Ohio. thirty-oncity. ions to the Ladies' Auxiliary this years Mrs. Herrmann was Prince Council of old and was the daughter of celebrated Hill good stylo Cincinnati in month. its "Irish the late Corpoial Fred Rlchtorkes-sln- night." HOME PHONE CITY 3238 KDW. A. AXMAN DAN J. HENNESSY Ladles' Auxiliary 2 of IndianapHer death resulted from Dr. James J. Walsh, of Now York, olis lins organized a promising uraemia after an illness of less than Pall and Winter Garments Our Specialty. juvenile division. a week. Besides her husband she will lecture tomorrow night at Columbus, Ohio. The blustery and cold weather leaves a daughter, Gladys E. HerrCincinnati Knights are preparing place took The funeral did not keep the loyal ones out of mann. Wednesday afternoon from the fam- for a fine showing in tho Memorial the line of march. day parade on May 30. Utlca Hibernians celebrated with ily residence. Thero will bo an exemplification two splendid joint banquets, both Henry J. Cooper, a native of Ire- of tho fourth degree at Fort Wayne, being largely attended. but a respected resident of Ind., on Sunday, May 27. It Is being predicted that there land city slnco. his youth, died this At least 1,500 men recolved holy will soon bo an amalgamation of all Sunday afternoon at tho homo of communion in the Cathedral at the UPSTAIRS STORE. 425 W. Jefferson Street the New York Hibernians. I son, J. D. Cooper, 2602 Wood close of tho retreat at Toledo. his Bishop Oarrigan was the chief land avenue. sixty-foHe was Tho speaker at the annual celebration years old and had been in falling fied to fourth degree was exemplia large on Sunday and banquet at Sioux City. health four years. Three other the Hotel Astor, class York City. in New 1 will Division meet Monday sons, Harry, Jr., Edwin and John There is much activity in Central evening and hear reports from the D. Cooper; onp daughter, Mrs. E. BOTH PHONES 2399 Entertainment and Parado Commit- M. Hanulgan, of Indianapolis, and New York, splendid classes being nun 'WW tees. one elster, Mi. James Cawthorn, received into t' o order at Auburn and Oswego. Fort Wayne Hibernians had the survive him. tfuneral services wero dive us a trial for .first - class service. We are as Newport Council had ninety-fou- r greatest celebration of St. Patrick's ' held Tuesday morning at St. applications at their meeting last close to you as your phone. Prompt service, day and day in the history of their organiza- George's church. week with others in. This will night. PACKARD CARS. Courteous and reliable tion. While sitting at her home, 1509 put Newport in the "400" class. chauffeurs our sprclalty. Give us a call. Vigorous membership campaigns Judge Dennis Dwyor, are being waged In Minneapolis and Hemlock street, Wednesday evening, Ohio, recently celebrated of Dayton, beloved his eighty-sevent- h St. Paul and great strength will re- Mrs. Virginia Leachman, birthday. Dayton Council Leachman, was wife of Roman sult. hemorrhage of tho claims that the Judge is the oldest County President John Hennessy stricken with lungs and expired desplto all that nctive Knight in America. SEVENTH, NEAR BRODWAY. President Thomas lovo and care could do. Tho news and Division The Indiana State Council gave Lynch are all smiles over the big spread rapidly and came as a severe $100 to tho relief fund for the sufparade. shock to friends and acquaintances ferers from tho disastrous storm at Tho sixteen little Irish statesmen throughout tho city. Besides her Newcastle. A liko amount was from St. Louis Bertrand's school husband she leaves a daughter, given Newcastlo Council to help out mado a big hit all along the lino of .Laura Leachman; her mother, Mrs. the local relief work. march. R. H. Smith, of Evansvllle, Ind.; If you want expert service Just call us up. We have never been out Lacordalre Council, one of the The Hibernians of Oswego and one sister, Miss Mary Smith, and largest In New York, had Its big of dyes for ono moment slnco tho war begun mid are thoroughly Auburn, N. Y., celebrated the feast (wo brothers, Joseph and William "Irish night" at the Central Opera equipped to luindlo all work of every description. Vou can rest assured of their patronal saint with elab- Smith. Tho funeral will take placo House. Prominent artists appeared, if you need dyeing wo can satisfy you. Auto Delivery. Tnrcel Tost orate banquets. this morning from Holy Cross and In addition there were exhibiService. President John M. Riley, of Divis- church. tions of Irish Jlgk reel and step ion 3, Is proud of the showing of dancing. When announcement was made of the members at holy communion Mulloy tho death of Mrs. Nellie Sunday morning. TKINirr COUNCIL. MurTho St. Patrick's parade marks Murphy, belovojl wife of John many INCORPORATED. phy. 2211 West! Walnut street, an epoch In tho history of the local The members of Trinity were order, being the best of its kind a heart was Maddened and eyo highly entertained Monday evening 426 S. Fifth St. I0TH PHONES 2835. Louisville, with tears because of tho I dimmed ever attempted. Rev. Father Monoghan, Chairaway oj one near and dear when of tho Wterary Committee, Bishop Hartloy has appointed taking Charles parish man qf to Rev. Father B. F. Hanna as County 'andthe peoplehigh St. esteem throughout read several passages from Father hold in controversy with Ingor-sol- l. Chaplain for the Hibernians of the city. Mrs. Murphy was a nauvo Lambert's Monoghan devoted very Columbus, Ohio. of Louisville and eighteen years ago little Fatherto tho subject and the time Division 1 of Buffalo has formed married John Murphy, salesman for a social club for tho entertainment tho John M, Mulloy coffee house. members are hoping to hear more very and amusement of its young mem- For years she was an active charity from him in tho future on this Com-mittThe Best Straight Whisky On Earth interesting topic. The Literary bers and their lady friends. worker and a ' friend of the poor. mado a special request of the Wherever thero were Hibernians Besides her husband Mrs. Murphy members to attend thero was a religious as well as civic is survived by one brother, Barney Monday, March 2C, the meeting on when Cashlon observance in honor of Ireland's Mulloy, of Now Albany, Ind., and a Head INCOKP01U.TCD essay on will apostle, tho patron of their order. sister, Sister Mary Agnes, of Mem- Columbus. deliver anIs one of tho Mr. Head was held youngest speakers on Tho Hibernians of St. Joseph, Mo., phis, Tenn. The funeral Sale Owatri Registered Diit. No. 32 the literary Charles programme St. found it necessary to bring out the Saturday morning, capacity. encourage and they are anxious to Main Office and Salesroom, 726-73- 0 S. R. O. sign at their St. Patrick's church being filled to its West Main Street. 1dm with a largo audientertainment at the Lyceum Thea- Father Raffo, who celebrated tho re- ence. Tho meeting will bo an open to her ono quiem mass, paid tribute ter. and raembors are requested to A warm breakfast and digestible modesty, humility and charity, vir- invite their friends. Chairman were features when ihe A. O. tues of tho poor and good. talk Kelly announced that the "Feast of Holy Name Society of DunH. and Nations" to bo held Immediately WILTj MAKE WARM; RACE. kirk received holy communion toafter Easter was sure to bo a sucgether. cess, judging from tho activity of Dr. J. A. Avordlck, member of the members and their lady friends John O'Dca, of Philadelphia, National Historian and State Secretary the Covington (Board of Education, who are kindly assisting Trinity in for Pennsylvania, succeeds Prof. M. has been appealed to by his friends this affair. He also appealed to O. Rohan, of Milwaukee as National to enter the race for Representathose members who have not as yet Chairman of Irish History. Legislature from tho dono so to lend their assistance in tive to tho At South Bend about 300 at- Elghty-flr- st district of Kenton order that they may share In tho tended tho banquet of the Ancient county, which , now is represented glory of its success. Tomorrow morning tho members Order at tho Hotel Oliver on Sunday by Harry J. Meyors. Dr. Avcrdlclc evening. Rov. Father DeQrote, who was a member and leader of tho of Trinity will make their Easter is tho chaplain, presided b toast-niaste- r. Legislature In 1902 and 1904. Ho communion at St. Aloyslus church In educational on Payne street, near Baxter avenue haB been active Archbishop Harty was honor work and was selected a School This Is an obligation that everyono guest at tho banquet of the Omaha Commissioner lour years ago, when must fullfll and tho officers of tho Hibernians and delivered an ad- the old 'board ' of twelve members, council appeal to all to join tho dress. Among the guests were Dr. on which he had served several ranks on this morning and thereby W. J. McCrann, who years ago was years, was succeeded by a cofliBis-sto- a let tho people of the city know that Catholic organization a resident of Louisville. of five. Mr. Meyers, who Dr. Trinity Is a only, name but in deed as m A delightful eaUrtalameut of Averdlck anay oppose, has held the not In Ta'e members will assemble well. Roth are music and song la eelebratkm of ta port twelve at tfra church at 6:45 a. in. St. Patrick was given Wy 1.00 Bardsley, aged fifty-thryears, died Sunday nHernoon at tho residence of her brother, James Bardsley, 618 East '.Market-streetwith whom she had been making her home. Miss Bardsley had long been a sufferer irom cancer and was ieady for the call that Her funeral brought her relief. was held from St. John's church, Rev. Father Schuhmann officiating at tho solemn services. Miss Anna A , At $4, 5 and $7.50: New. spring lines of. 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